Expressing her thanks to the city leader for his warm welcome, Vice Chairwoman of the Finish Parliament's Education Committee Eeva-Johanna Eloranta highlighted the important role of education in shaping the country’s status globally.
She also expressed her delight at cooperation in the field of education between Vietnam and Finland over the past years while expecting a further collaborative ties in various fields in future.
Delegates pose for a group photo.
For his part, Vice Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen Quoc Hung expressed his pleasure at the visit paid by Eeva-Johanna Eloranta to Vietnam.
He highly appreciated the sustainable value of cooperation between Hanoi and Finland, especially in education - training sector.
Hung hoped that the visit would open up more opportunities for further cooperation between the two sides.
Speaking highly of the training system in Finland, the city official said that Finland is a favorable destination for Vietnamese students.
Hanoi will coordinate with the Finish Parliament's Education Committee and relevant agencies to create favorable conditions for Vietnamese graduates from Finland to promote their abilities, he pledged.